You can. Generally speaking the different wavelengths play different roles, and you can go on to say that their importance changes at different times of the grow. Pretty basic stuff there and nothing new right.
Whether or not doing that is good idea probably will come more down to which cobs and their specific spectral distribution. It’s one of the main reasons I use and suggest the 3000k 90cri. When compared to 3000k 80cri they produce higher intensity in the blue wavelengths and more intensity in peak absorption wavelengths on the red end. It’s very similar to using 3500k 80cri cobs and then adding some photo reds and far red mono’s in terms of light spectrum produced.
Based on that, I wouldn’t really say you should or shouldn’t do that. My next build will be a 4000k qb surrounded by 3000k 90 cri cobs. If you want to go that route, I would suggest more of alternating cobs but staying with a ratio that leans towards to 3000k 90cri. I don’t expect you’ll see a major difference either way though.